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The mind-set and tools you need to survive as a startup CEO

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Anyone in any job relies on a set of skills to complete their work. As a startup CEO, you must have a keen understanding of the assortment of skills you have — and don't have. Keeping that...

Opinion

EDITORIAL
The racism charge rears its ugly head in Littleton.
EDITORIAL
CLOUD COMPUTING has become ubiquitous. These days, every tech company seems to be promoting a cloud-based service.
EDITORIAL
On NH's future, listen to Dean Kamen.
MARK HAYWARD
If any pols out there want to improve their stump speeches, look no farther than these heavily annotated remarks from the genius inventor.
EDITORIAL
A casino for Boston, with unintended consequences.
EDITORIAL
Yes, you are paying for abortions through Obamacare.
EDITORIAL
This is not the right bullying bill for state government.
THOMAS SOWELL
Mob rule is not democracy and certainly not good economics.
EDITORIAL
Obamacare is already putting more Granite Staters on the dole.
DAVID HARSANYI
What is wrong with Burger King's move?
EDITORIAL
SINCE Arthur T. Demoulas was fired from Market Basket in June, I've done my best to refrain from writing about it too much.

Herb Lahout stands Monday afternoon in the building at 33 Main St. in Lincoln that he is renovating and hopes to make available for retail/office use or a restaurant.

After flap over 'racist' comment, no call for Lincoln planner to resign from board

While distancing themselves from remarks made by planning board member Paula Strickon, the Lincoln Board of Selectmen on Monday did not remove her from office as requested by Lebanese-American...

UPDATED: Regulators OK 47 percent rate hike for Liberty Utilities customers

State regulators have granted a request from Liberty Utilities to raise electric rates by 47 percent effective Nov. 1, resulting in a monthly increase of more than $50 for an average residential...

Manchester teachers to vote again next week on contract

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The vote, to take place next Monday and Tuesday, was scheduled after some members of the union, the Manchester Education Association, complained about the vote held earlier this month, when the group...

Developer says Alexandria wrong to deny tower

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The Portuguese wind-power developer that has said it wants to build a wind farm in this town, Groton and Hebron is asking a Grafton County judge to order Alexandria's selectmen to grant it a building...

Data Electronic Devices president Victor Giglio talks to Salem High School students about opportunities available in the manufacturing sector.

Students learn about modern manufacturing in Salem

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The modern American manufacturing industry is a lot different than its reputation might suggest. That was just one of the messages Salem High School students heard as they toured Data Electronic...

Executive councilors raise questions about Hassan nominations

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Executive councilors say they have concerns about Gov. Maggie Hassan's nomination of two retiring lawmakers to the panel that has power over new energy projects.

Scott Brown garners endorsement from NFIB

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North Country Tractor President Bill Taranovich, who has 47 employees, says the Dover-based company really needs to hire four more to respond to growing interest in John Deere equipment.

A sign posted near the Derry-Londonderry town line alerts motorists to a road resurfacing project for West Broadway.

Road resurfacing project begins on Derry's West Broadway

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With approximately 22,000 motorists passing through daily, it's time to resurface Downtown Derry's main corridor, according to Public Works officials.

MCHO slated to become fifth ACA insurer in NH

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Maine Community Health Options said Monday it plans to expand its geographic footprint to all of New Hampshire, offering health insurance plans through the health exchange marketplace, starting in...

Resident-run group supports changes to Mt. Sunapee Resort

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As some area residents protest the proposed expansion plans at the Mount Sunapee Ski Resort, a group of residents have formed in support of the plans, calling itself Citizens for Mount Sunapee's...

NH Retirement System posts gain of 17.6 percent for FY2014

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The New Hampshire Retirement System had a 17.6 percent return on investments in the 2014 fiscal year, boosting its fund balance by more than $900 million to $7.35 billion.

Gubernatorial candidates speak on energy issues at summit

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Gov. Maggie Hassan and Republican challenger Walt Havenstein were among the candidates speaking Monday at the New Hampshire Energy Summit. The summit was presented by the Dupont Group, in conjunction...

Business Newsreel: Consumer spending accelerates in August

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American consumers spent more in August, a positive sign for the U.S. economy, which appears to have shifted into a higher gear.

Margaritas to launch fast-casual dining in Durham

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The build-your-own taqueria at 38 Main St. will be the company’s first foray into fast-casual, generally defined as restaurants that skip table service but offer a higher quality of food than...

Workers board up the outside of the Packers Outlet convenience store, which suffered heavy damage in a three-alarm fire Saturday night.

Franklin convenience store damaged by fire

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A three-alarm fire that heavily damaged a downtown store Saturday night was caused by something electrical.

State Reps. Alan Turcotte and Peter Bixby talked about apples and agriculture with orchard owner Andy Mack Sr., during a tour of Mack’s farm store Friday afternoon. 



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Legislators talk farmstand regulations, recycling during Londonderry tour

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Seven members of the NH Environmental & Agriculture Committee visited the Coca-Cola bottling facility and Mack's Apples as part of their research process.

Stationary bikes are shown in the spinning room of the newly opened Zoo Health Club.

Zoo Health Club expands into Derry facility

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The business is located at the former site of the Workout Club, 35 Manchester Road, which closed earlier this year because of damage from a sprinkler system problem, according to Workout Club...

Comcast employee Kristen Raybould demonstrates the workings of the company’s new iPad applications during an open house at the company’s Salem, N.H., facility in 2011.

Comcast acknowledges problems, acts to reform customer service

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The Philadelphia company says it has reorganized its executive team and promoting a top executive from its engineering group to oversee interactions with customers.

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Business Newsmakers: Kerouac appointed to courts committee

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Margaret Kerouac of the law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association has been appointed to the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Committee on Cooperation with the...

Stark Covered Bridge repairs underway, to be completed in Spring 2015

Stark Covered Bridge repairs underway, to be completed in Spring 2015

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Built in 1862, the one-lane, Paddleford truss bridge over the Upper Ammonoosuc River connects New Hampshire Route 110 and Northside Road, where the Stark Village Inn is located. Work is expected to...

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